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IV. Rigaudon - Ravel*, Louis Lortie - Piano Music, Volume 1 (CD, Album)

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  1. Elsewhere I have raved about Lortie's complete Beethoven cycle Louis Lortie: Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas. All the strengths of that set are here, and arguably more. Lortie's musical temperament seems ideally suited to Ravel. He finds all the color, fire, and poetry inherent in this music/5(23).
  2. Maurice Ravel, Louis Lortie, Helene Mercier - Ravel: Music For Four Hands # in Chamber Music (CDs & Vinyl) This is some of the finest piano music ever written, played beautifully. Check out Le jardin feerique where the piano sounds exactly like a harp. Serious desert island disc /5(6).
  3. Aug 28,  · Ravel by Samson François - Complete Piano Works, Miroirs.. + Presentation (recording of the Century) - Duration: Classical Music/ .
  4. Title on container: Ravel piano music. Compact disc. Performer(s): Louis Lortie, piano. Description: 1 audio disc: digital ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: Pavane pour une infante défunte () --Le Tombeau de Couperin () --Sérénade grotesque () --Jeux d'eau () --Valses nobles et sentimentales () --La Valse (). Other Titles.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ravel: Piano Music, Vol. 1 - Louis Lortie on AllMusic -
  6. Check out Ravel: Works for Solo Piano (Complete) by Louis Lortie on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on outammogputiparockstaninosviecont.coinfo
  7. By virtue of their diverse styles and extraordinary technical demands, Ravel's solo piano works present a daunting challenge to anyone who would record them as a complete set. From the sublime Pavane pour une infante défunte and the crystalline Sonatine, to the dazzling impressionism of Miroirs and the nightmarish intricacies of Gaspard de la nuit, Ravel's keyboard music .
  8. Info for Louis Lortie Plays Chopin, Vol. 1. In the era of the great romantic pianists, it used to be the fashion at piano recitals to offer an improvisation in the same key as that of the piece that was scheduled to follow, in order to get the audience ‘in the mood’.

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